These spectacular photographs appear to show a long row of trees in a woodland - but in fact they are the result of a dried-up lake. The 'magical' patterns cover a length of up almost three miles and have emerged because the dry lake has left a pattern in the lake bed which look like trees.
Flight instructor Jassen Todorov captured the images while flying at 3,000ft across the Mojave Desert in California, US. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.
Pictured: Koehn Lake with dried up sections looking like trees when pictured from the air.